I'm speaking about myself because i had a baby when i was 16 and i had to be a single mom so young. I'm not saying that I'm a loser or something but i think guys don't like it. A lot of guys think that I'm hot in college and my class but when they know about my son they just runaway. Am i going to be single for the rest of my life or what? I feel so jealous of my female friends because they're free to do whatever they want in their lives not like me.
i respect women who dont get abortions from knowing its wrong. but they also lose out a lot in terms of their potential
men who date them have more reasons to get hurt and get less for what they put in by far.
every single book and lecture if listened to on dating single mothers strongly and repeadedtly emphasize to avoid them.
i can write a 5 page essay as to the risk involved and stats
its something a man shouldn't naturally stumble upon, its something to consider and really think hard through
single moms are always looking for a surrogate father for their child and bread winner.
for the guy, the guy who fucked your girl and gave her a kid is always around, you have to end up being a step father, your money will be spent on someone elses child, you'll never be your gfs number 1 and your dating life will revolved around the child.
About a month ago I met a single mom. Her baby had such a beautiful golden hair and the most innocent big blue eyes I've ever seen. For a second I thought to myself that I could be this baby's dad, that this is something I wanted, but then I took a look at my life. I am only 23, I use a condom for so many times only to end up with a baby anyway? If I were ready for a kid I wouldn't be using protection in the first place, but I am not. Maybe thats whats scaring the guys around you. They dont feel like they are family material.
I think you should try dating people who are in their late 20s and early 30s
At 19 your gonna be hard pressed to find any guys interested in that since they're just so young, maybe they'll stick around for the sex but it's probable not gonna be long term. If I was theoretically 2 years older I wouldn't date you to be honest but even if you can't find someone now in like 30s you'll have a good chance of finding someone who doesn't mind.
Nope. You'll have to find a guy who also has a kid. Though, I'm sure there's a few guys who would raise another man's child. 19 years old is a very young age--particularly for a man--to face the reality of dedicating their life to another man's son. Where is the father anyway?
Well. I can't say much. I would have been a father at that age if my girlfriend hadn't gotten an abortion. Thank God. Because yeah. 19 year old women wouldn't, in majority, want to raise another woman's son, either.
I'm currently in college and I would net date a single mother. And you don't want to date us either. You and your child are a package deal, most of the guys who are in college aren't financially stable, not ready to be a step- dad, we have other plans.
I won't say never but VERY unlikely. A super hot perfect 10 drops to a 1 or 2 if she is a single mother.
There could be some super special situation and if we had a very strong connection and chemistry and attraction and she was able to support her self and her child comfortable then I would consider it with strong reservations.
First of all I don't intent to be the substitute dad. S Secondly a child puts a huge strain on a relationship as the child naturally always goes first Thirdly if it weren't just a mistake (condom ripped) it says a lot about the person. And last but not least I don't exactly am into girls who potentially sleep around and the number of girls do that among young single mothers is way too high to even bother expecting her to be the one exception.
You'll probably have better luck with older guys. I would date a young mom if she could accept I don't want to get to know the kid unless we are getting extremely serious. Not cause I don't like kids. I don't want a kid getting attached to me, then it not working out with his mom, and him feeling like he lost a dad. I had this happen when I was growing up. Women suddenly broke thing off iwht my dad and disappeared.
I wouldn't. I don't think you're gonna have much success until your quite a bit older.
Guys don't like it and especially at young age they are not looking anything serious. Since you have a child, dating you is automatically more serious than if you wouldn't have one. Then there is the whole supporting thing and all. They could feel it gets way too serious way too fast.
I admit that I do not like single moms. Not because there is something wrong with you, but having a kid is such a big deal for me that I would judge your personality by having one alone. I know it's a shitty thing to do, but I'm just trying to be as brutally honest as I can. I am pretty sure I wouldn't date you.
You being single for the rest of your life? Nope there are guys willing to date you, but you have to accept that the dating pool is way smaller because of it. When you get to your 30s it might not matter as much to the men. Well.. some men.
Yeah. I'm sure all the other old guys with kids would date you as well ;)
Good luck with the guys your age.
It's collage guys in collage and not looking to have a family they want to have fun so they know if they dated you they'd be dating your son to cause its a package deal. You'll prob have to find a guy outside of collage.
I'm sure you were jealous of your gfs in high school as well but it is what it is.
Being a teenage mom is definitely one of the poorest life decisions you can make at 16. You had a child out of wedlock, that's pathetic. I would not want my brother, guy friends or uncles to ever date a woman like that. Where were your parents? Your upbringing was probably crappy too. Give your baby up for adoption or stay single for the rest of your life.